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memories and their message to the cleveland victims on this monday, may 13th. >> announcer: from abc news this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >>> good monday morning to you. >> day one. how was your mother's day? first mother's day ever. special? >> it was special. >> what did they do? >> i got breakfast in bed. my husband cooked for the family. got a nice gift. devon walked over to me. it was great. >> set the bar high. got to make sure you get breakfast in bed every year. >> year two. have to beat year one. >> glad you had a great first mother's day. you deserve it. you work hard. >> thank you. >>> begin this half hour in new orleans. the mayor is pleading with witnesses to come forward after shooting at a mother's day parade. >> 19 people including two children were hurt when someone opened fire on a crowd. with more here is abc's lindsay janice. >> reporter: gunmen opened fire on the mother's day parade, wounding 12 people. po girl grazed by a bullet is among the injured. >> innocent people. half didn't know they was shot. >> and it is amazing. on mother's day.
>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> you are hearing it for the first time right here on abc7 news the name of the new 49ers stadium in santa clara became official. it will be called levy stadium home of the san francisco 49ers. we will have details in a few minutes in a news conference just getting underway. >> good morning. first, we have developing news in oakland. firefighters are demanding better crime protection after a fire station came under gunfire. this picture tweeted by the oakland fire department shows windows shot up at a fire station, fire station 17, close to the scene of a fatal shooting. abc7 news reporter amy hollyfield is at oakland police headquarters. amy? >> the firefighters at station 18 in oakland just returned from a fire, had just parked their truck in the garage when suddenly they had to duck under the truck to avoid being hit by gunfire. >> they dove under the fire engine with firefighters diving under the desk and upstairs they could hear the bullets zinging by. >> they hit two window panes coming from a murder on melrose a
at "nightline" or at bill weir abc. we thank you for watching abc news. our friends at "good morning america" will be up with your early. have a great weekend. >>> it is happening in antioch where a man has been shot by police. >> it happened near buchanan and barcelona circle. let's go to ama dates who is live at the scene for us. ama? >> carolyn and dan, i am not far from where it happened. if you take a look, i am actually on buchanan road and mission. and you can see a lot of police cars here and investigator cars there directing traffic. and if you look a little farther down the road beyond the yellow tape you can see investigators this the street. there are evidence markers that you can see as well. again we are told this is an officer involved shooting. we do believe the person who was shot did die. however, police have not confirmed that just yet. now concord police are also here along with antioch police. i spoke to a concord police officer and he says this is antioch's city, so they are the ones leading the investigation into what happened. so again officers here in antioch shot a
community of valley springs. abc7 news reporter john alston is live outside where the girl was murdered. john? >> alma, the house where it happened is dark tonight. the fowler family is staying elsewhere. the 12-year-old brother is in custody awaiting a court hearing as well as the juvenile criminal justice system. there is a small and simple memorial across from the fowler home. the police and crime scene tape surrounding the house long gone. for two weeks, neighbors lived with a nagging fear that someone close to the family might be accusedng killing eight-year-old leila fowler. >> it is always a possibility. everybody didn't want it to be that, although th alternative of a crazy killer is undesirable too, but no one it wasave possible. >> late saturday afternoon detectives arrested leila's 12-year-old brother after the killing and we are obscuring his face because he is a juvenile. pricilla rodriguez, the biological mother of both siblings talked about her 12-year-old son the day before he was arrested. >> i know my son has been protective of his sister. i don't know. >> the 12-year-
and develop. stay with abc7 news for developing updates in the limo fire investigation. you will get complete coverage at abc7news.com and breaking news by following us on twitter at abc7 news bay area. >>> turning our attention to the weather which is taking another turn, let's check in with abc7 news meteorologist sandhya patel with a look at live doppler 7hd. sandhya? >> it has taken a turn toward foggy with low clouds as well. let's check out doppler 7hd and you will see some of the gray skies along the coastline. we also have higher clouds spinning back around from the east. check out the visibility right now. half moon bay where it is foggy. the visibility is down to two miles. this is what you are going to face for the morning commute. as you look at downtown oakland from our high definition emeryville camera it is murky. oakland 57 and san francisco 54 degrees and san jose 58. it is 54 degrees in half moon bay. a cool start to your morning. make sure you grab an extra layer. i will be back with a detailed look at the weather pattern that is going to be changing later this week. dan? >
with abc7 news for developing updates in the limo fire investigation. you will get complete coverage at abc7news.com and breaking news by following us on twitter at abc7 news bay area. >>> turning our attention to the weather which is taking another turn, let's check in with abc7 news meteorologist sandhya patel with a look at live doppler 7hd. sandhya? >> it has taken a turn toward foggy with low clouds as well. let's check out doppler 7hd and you will see some of the gray skies along the coastline. we also have higher clouds spinning back around from the east. check out the visibility right now. half moon bay where it is foggy. the visibility is down to two miles. this is what you are going to face for the morning commute. as you look at downtown oakland from our high definition emeryville camera it is murky. oakland 57 and san francisco 54 degrees and san jose 58. it is 54 degrees in half moon bay. a cool start to your morning. make sure you grab an extra layer. i will be back with a detailed look at the weather pattern that is going to be changing later this week. dan? >> sandhya, thank
that yet. ama dates, abc7 news. >> thanks very much. we will update that during the newscast and of course on abc morning news tomorrow. >>> the deadly america's cup training accident is calling into question whether the risk of these cutting edge catamarans is great. whether the emergency response is adequate given the danger and even whether the race will still happen. abc7 news reporter heather ishimaru is live in san francisco with a look at those questions. heather? >> dan, the question we are asking tonight is will yesterday's accident be a setback or will it be a game changer for the entire america's cup event. >> boats from the marine unit are docked at fisherman's wharf. the police boat was the first to respond yesterday. the coast guard and the fire department arrived soon after. we asked the coast guard if the accident changed their thinking about emergency response planning for the race. >> i think at this point it is too early to tell. we really need to wait until all of the investigations are completed so that we can know exactly what happened. >> some say it is a dangerous s
ama dates, abc7 news. >> thanks very much. we will update that during the newscast and of course on abc morning news tomorrow. >>> the deadly america's cup training accident is calling into question whether the risk of these cutting edge catamarans is great. whether the emergency response is adequate given the danger and even whether the race will still happen. abc7 news reporter heather ishimaru is live in san francisco with a look at those questions. heather? >> dan, the question we are asking tonight is will yesterday's accident be a setback or will it be a game event. for the entire >> boats from the marine unit are docked at fisherman's wharf. the police boat was the first to respond yesterday. the coast guard and the fire department arrived soon after. we asked the coast guard if the accident changed their thinking about emergency response planning for the race. >> i think at this point it is too early to tell. we really need to wait until all of the investigations are completed so that we can know exactly what happened. >> some say it is a dangerous sport and the sailors a
with abc experienced weather team and learn about what makes our weather unique. abc news presents inside bay area weather. ♪ ♪ >> sandhya patel, news meteorologist. >> really the bay area has many microcurriculums, in the summertime you can have -- microclimates. >> and fog comes along the coastline and only 56 degrees. but you get inland into the livermore valley and livermore is 102. we are talking about a wide range of conditions. every day to nail it down to the exact temperature you are forecasting is challenging. >> mike nicco, abc news meteorologist. >> our microclaim at are changing. our. it has to do with really the microclimates. >> spencer christian, abc news weather. >> a typical winter extreme would be several consecutive days of heavy rain that would produce rain and mudslides and road closures. power outages. >> one of the most recent storms we had 200 lightning strikes. over the last decades. i don't remember the lightning storms to be intense. >> the extremity is taking an upturn, we go back to the four storms in seven days, it was unprecedented. they haven't seen th
to investigate. reporting live in antioch, kira klapper, abc7 news. >>> kira, thank you. a shooting in oakland is developing news this morning. police need help identifying the man who was found shot numerous times near a bus stop. it happened at 61st street and add line last night. police responded to reports of gunshots and found the man had been hit several times. he's at a local hospital now, last reported in grave condition. more than a dozen shell casings were found at the scene and police say bullets hit a nearby liquor store, some parked cars and a home but nobody else was injured. >> america's cup practice is on hold this morning. the america's cup training accident that killed a british olympic medalist is calling into question whether the risk of these cutting edge catamarans is too great and if the race itself should be called off. heather ishimaru reports. >> boats from the san francisco police department's marine unit are docked at fisherman's war of. after the chase boat the police boat was the first to respond. the coast guard and fair department arrived soon a we asked the coa
investigators in the south bay say were not taken when a boat sank. abc7 news at 6:00 starts now. >> ama: i'm ama daetz. let's get right to the breakings news. at least six people have been injured during a shooting outside a mcdonald's in east palo alto. sir overquintana has the latest. reporter: investigators are still on scene. they are still trying to piece together exactly what happened. now, from sky 7, let's go ahead and show you the view from above this scene. police tell us gunfire erupted at this mcdonald's just before 3 pl in east palo alto. six people injured five people were injured by gunshots. one, a six-year-old child, was injured by flying glass. police are trying to determine how this all started. >> what i will say is i don't believe it's just a random thing. several of the victims appear to be gang members. won't say which gang but several are gang members. >> officers do not have a solid suspect vehicle description. witnesses tell us there was a vehicle that took off from the scene and there were more than one males inside of that getaway car. now, all of the victims we
to help solve the crime. here's abc's linzie janis. >> reporter: marchers in new orleans rushed to help victims of a mass shooting. a gunman opened fire on the mother's day parade, wounding at least 12 people. police say a 10-year-old girl grazed by a bullet is among the injured. >> innocent people was hurt. half of them didn't even know they were shot. you know? it was amazing on mother's day, they had kids to be involved in this. >> reporter: they say up to four people are in surgery. their conditions not yet known. somehow, no one was killed. >> it appears these two or three people, just for a reason unknown to us, started shooting at, towards, or in the crowd. it was over in just a couple of seconds. >> reporter: the shooting occurred at the corner of frenchman and villery. in the city's seventh ward. the victims were part of a second line parade, a group of people following the actual parade's brass marching band. a celebration of mothers turned into a nightmare. linzie janis, abc news, new york. >> we'll stay on top of that story throughout the morning. >>> now to cleveland. ariel
>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> happening right now major delays on the southbound approach, the 101 approach to the golden gate bridge. you can see the slow, long backup. crews are racing to get a problem fixed before the giants' game traffic. it is a big paving problem. i was in the track for an hour. twost lanes are closed. that means the two lanes only or open in each direction. the center lanes were maybed last might and cars started drive on them and the tires chipped away at the asphalt which had not dried completely. >> our other top story, a new witness comes forward about what happened right after the limousine fire on the san mateo-hayward bridge on saturday night. >> abc7 news has confirmed the identities of all five victims, the bride, neriza fojas, michelle estrera, nurses in fresno, and jennifer balon, and another is from alameda and we will get a picture of her very soon. one survivors is out of the hospital this morning. nelia rafael arellano is now home after suffering minor cuts the she amalia and jasmine desguia are at santa cla
patrol is investigating the crash. we're live in oakland. abc7 news. >> ama: here are the four women who century individual. marry guardiano, alameda. tomas talked to her mother. jasmine desquia. amalia loyola and nelia arellano. abc7 news knick smith talked to a friend visiting a victim at stanford today. nick? >> as you might imagine, all of these women knew each other very well. we spoke to a family friend who knew both nelia and the bride, who is now deceased. he says that unfortunately this is the type of situation where no one can plan for, and they, too are simply just trying to get as much information as they can. >> so, yeah. reporter: roy not only knew the bride who was killed, he also new nelia, and she was one of the women brought to standard medical center. family friends spoke about how they're still trying to process what happened. one thing i can tell you, back here live, we have reached out to the limousine driver. we now have a statement from the limousine driver -- excuse me -- the owner of the limousine company. he wrote to us and contacted us and sold us, in a statem
these women were breaking free? abc's david muir is back here in new york with more on this story tonight. david? >> reporter: incredible ending, diane. it's news being celebrated in that cleveland community tonight. the last of the three young women abducted to leave the hospital. tonight, teams returning to that home on seymour avenue, just as we all learn the answer to the question everyone was asking about that little girl. late today, teams began boarding up that house of horror on seymour avenue in cleveland. just as that community learned what it had suspected since the moment this case broke open with that call to 911. >> i've been kidnapped and i've been missing for ten years and i'm here, i'm free now. >> reporter: tonight, dna revealing that the little girl, amanda berry's daughter, who she carried in her arms out of that house, was, in fact, fathered by the suspect, ariel castro. now 6 years old, we saw her being carried into her new home this week. she was the only person ever taken out in public, to the park. and abc news has learned, it's believed ariel castro would take th
knew the shooters. reporting live in east palo alto, sergio quintana, abc7 news. >> ama: now to the latest developments in the story we broth you last night at 11:00. a deadly limousine fire on the san mateo bridge that killed five women. we have live team coverage from the hospital where some victims are recovering. but we begin in oakland where to the mass roman spoke with the mother of one of the survivors. reporter: 31-year-old woman was a new bind and also used to work here at the fruit vail halve center. she was soon to good to the philippines. she was with eight of her friends last night when for some unknown reason their limousine burst into flames. nine women were in the burning limousine. this cell phone photo shows the rear of the car in flames. the driver of the limo noticed smoke at 10:00 p.m. he pulled over and got out. the car then caught fire. four women managed to escape the flames. five others, including the woman who bass about to celebrate a bridal shower with her friend, were trapped in the car and died at the scene. the friends were headed here to the cr
24th. thanks to amy and b. thank you for watching abc news. ""world news now"" coming up soon. overnight news and gma will have the latest on cleveland. >>> live, this is abc 7 news. >>> tonight we are getting the full, heart breaking story of what happened inside that limousine that caught fire on the san mateo bridge. >> here's what we learned so far. the limb/had nine passengers, one more than is allowed under state rules. the rear end of the limo was running very close to the ground as it was moving. >> the survivors had to crawl through a pash tigs dividing the driver's from the passenger's compartments. among the dead are nurses from community hospital. >> and we received photos of two other women who were killed. all were on a girls night out to celebrate the bride's marriage. our reporter talked with a husband tonight. >> reporter: carolyn, he said he and his wife did almost everything together. they would even go grocery shopping with each other. bun on a rare occasion she went out on saturday night and left him alone with the children. >> it's almost that close to pe
live from oakland police headquarters, alan wang, abc7 news. >> we will indeed. >>> you can see our entire interview with howard jordan on our website. that's abc7news.com. >> the clouds hung in tight along the coast today. let's check in with sandhya patel with live doppler 7hd. >> the marine influence shows why it was cooler from the mid50s to the low 70s. let's check out live doppler 7hd and the marine influence was back again tonight. low clouds across the entire bay area. you will notice that livermore is reporting cloudy skies along san jose. the temperatures right now are 52 in santa rosa and 54 livermore and 5 tiff degrees in los gatos. we are headed toward a cool morning with cloud cover. i will be back to let you know when some changes are coming, and there will be some changes as we hit the weekend. dan? >> sandhya, thank you very much. the san francisco 49ers have made a major deal. tonight levi's has secured the naming rights for the new stadium now being built in santa clara. as leslie brinkley explains, that relationship, some believe, seems like it fits like a good p
within the next 6 months. oakland police headquarters this is abc 7 news. >> home day care center in milpitas shut down after disturbing discovery. they were operating since 1995 but recently the california department of social services conducted an unannounced visit there. news reporter with the stunning results of that investigation. >> this notice posted on the door of stephanie day care is there to alert the community. it will remain closed for the time being. california department of social services had received specific complaint against the owner. stephanie and on april 25 an investigators was sent to the home on stratford drive in milpitas. the investigators was there for nearly 2 hours. found an infant boy strapped in a car seat in a closet. findings reviolent child was facing the back clothes wall. neighbors of the milpitas community were horrified. >> it's pretty bad. surprise me. >> the owner license has been suspended. she has until mid may to appeal. department of social and health services services is asking that her license be revoked. that department also
dates. we have live team coverage from a witness account from the bridge. first abc7 news reporter nick smith has more from alameda where one of the survivors lives. nick? >> absolutely. ama, we are outside of the home of one of the survivors of the fire. her mother says she may be home soon. tonight new information. we spoke with co-workers who knew two of the victims of the fire, and for the first time a photo of that new bride who died in the flames. the 31-year-old is out with friends in an upcoming ceremony in her native philippines. she lost her life in an unexplained fire. among the other four killed was michelle. the two, woulded together as nurses in fresno -- the two worked together as nurses in fresno. >> we are always smiling. we just walked on friday night. it is so hard on sunday morning that both of them died. it is unbelievable. they are good workers. >> reporter: this video shows the burning limo stopped on the san mateo bridge. you can see the charred remains of what was left behind. five people were unable to get away and died inside. the driver escaped without injury
>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. a horrifying scene, a limousine engulfed in flames on the san mateo-hayward bridge killing five passengers who were celebrating a wedding. the c.h.p. held a news conference and a key question, were there teen many people in the vehicle? >> the limo will be inspected as the investigation begins into the tragedy. the passengers killed include neriza fojas, the bride, on the way with the bridal party to fosterty. abc7 news reporter cornell bernard has new details. >> we do not know the cause of the fire that c.h.p. is still searching for a cause today. officials may now be investigating the fact that too many people were riding in the limousine on saturday night when it caught fire. the cell phone video shows how intense the fire was. sky 7 h.d. was overhead moments after. c.h.p. says that smoke filled the limousine and fire. four passengers including the driver got out. five women, including new bride, neriza fojas, did not make it out. she and four friends were huddled near the partition divider near the driver tryin
in the family's home. abc7 news reporter john alston has details on this stunning development. >> calaveras county can sleep a little better. stunning news outside of the office. only two hours earlier his deputies arrter of leila fowler. >> at a 5:10 p.m. detectives arrested leila's 12-year-old brother at the vacley springs substation and on charges of homicide. >> several days after the killing, leila's 12-year-old brother, now the accused killer, joined family members at a vigil. we are blurring his face because he is a minor. more than 1,000 people gathered at jenny lind elementary school where leila was a third grader. her mother spoke briefly to the crowd. >> i just want to thank the community for the overly amount of support you have given my family. it will never be forgotten. the 8-year-old girl was stabbed inside the hom her brother told investigators he encountered a tall man with long, gray hair who then ran off. authorities say they collected dna at the scene, collected household knives and searched a nearby pond for evidence. it put the entire community in a state of fear as a
to explain an abc news report that says shortly after the benghazi attacks, it had changed its talking points no fewer than 12 times, omitting reverends to a cia warning at the time of an al qaeda threat. what made this difference from fox reporting on this is that now everybody is reporting on this, and giving the press secretary of the united states a lot heat and questioning on this now. back to this. >> raises the objections to the fact the cia had warned bat terror threats in benghazi prior to the attacks. those subjects were taken out of the cia talking points at the direction of the white house, based on -- >> no first of all, they weren't at the direction of the white house. the only -- the process, as everybody is an equal player -- said everybody's concerns have to be listened to and taken into account. ultimately these were intelligence community talking points that intelligence community, led by the cia -- john, can i finish? -- that the intelligence community has to sign off and believes represents the intelligence community's view about what they knew about what happened. again,
>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> good morning, 5:00 a.m. and i am eric thomas. >> i am kristen sze. a different kind of morning. did you experience sprinkles? >> no, but i hope to later. mike says there is a slight chance. >> and mike nicco, what is going on? >> slight chance for light showers is the key. the chances are good but they will be scattered and very light. the most rainfall we had yesterday was .011" in half moon bay. most of the rain is in the high country or lurking off the coast ready to rotate toward us. right now the coast has the best chance of seeing any rain over the next hour as we get the flow coming around this low pressure but doper today, that will rotate around and we look at a dry bay bridge right now with a chance of a scattered shower anywhere today. mid-60's to mid-70's inland and mid-60's to low 70's around the bay and near 60 degree temperatures at the coast. and a check of the commute from leyla gulen. >> it is dry. as the rain is starting to fall slow down the speed because that is where we get the spinouts. right n
>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news, good morning on thursday, at 5:00 a.m. thank you for joining us on "bike to work" day. >> for the bicyclists how is the weather? >> good news. off to a great start but dry start on live doppler 7 hd as you can see. temperatures are mild in the morning. mostly in the 50's. in the afternoon, we will see sunshine and highs start climbing. 59 to 7 inland and 61 in san francisco to 73 in san jose and the coast is sunny and around 60 degrees. now the commute. leyla gulen? >> in livermore, we have a three-car crash in the westbound direction along 580 and it looks like two cars in the median, one in the center lane, causing some backup, 33 miles per hour is the top speed as you make the drive away from the altamont pass to livermore and it eases when you pass the accident and hold into dublin/pleasanton. we have an s.u.v. that hit a tree and overturned at san pablo dam so it looks like an active scene. more details as they become available. >> abc7 news got it hands on a report from former lapd police chief bratton the consult
, breaking free at last, and abc's david muir starts us off tonight. coverage of the new details those families are telling him. david? >> reporter: good evening again to you from cleveland. we've just learned that ariel castro has been moved from the city jail to the county jail. right here over my shoulder tonight. the prosecutor speaking late today, he did not hold back words in describing the horror he says castro inflicted on those young women. tonight we hear from someone else, the mother of one of those young victims who said, she knew ariel castro. >> ariel castro. >> reporter: today ariel castro was the one sitting in captivity with a community looking on. handcuffed in court. in a blue jumpsuit. his head down. charged with multiple counts of kidnapping and rape. >> this child kidnapper operated a torture chamber and private prison in the heart of our city. >> reporter: the prosecutor's words come just 24 hours after those homecomings, a decade in the making. we've now learned that inside that van, gina dejesus was overcome, overwhelmed by the crowd, but she hugged her mother.
says the investigation is not over yet. john alston, abc7 news. >>> the brother cannot be charged as an adult because he's under 14 years old. legal analyst jim hammer tells us the process will be private. >> the focus in juvenile court is going to be on figuring out who this kid is, what is his family situation like, is he appropriate to be in the family setting or taken out of the family setting, either foster care or some kind of custodial setting. but the focus is on how to rehabilitate this kid at 12-years-old. radically different than an adult criminal proceeding. >>> stay with abc7 news as we continue to follow this story. you can also find breaking news updates on our facebook page and our twitter feed. abc7newsbayarea. >>> developing news, another northern california manhunt is expanding with federal agents and four swat teams joining the search for a wanted killern humboldt county. authorities believe 45-year-old shane miller killed his wife and two young daughters tuesday night in shasta county. he has prior convictions for drugs, weapons and a parole violation. he is c
because the shooting appeared in their city. abc7 news reporter kira klapper will have a live report coming up in about 30 minutes. >>> a shooting in oakland is developing news this morning. police need help identifying a man shot numerous times near a bus stop. it happened at sixth street and adoline last night. police responded to to gunshots and found a man on the street. bullets hit a nearby liquor store, some park cars and a home but anybody else was injured. >>> america's cup practice is on hold this morning. the america's cup training accident that killed a british olympic medalist is calling into question whether the risk of these cutting edge catamarans is too great and if the race itself should be called off. heather ishimaru reports. >> boats from the san francisco department's marine unit are docked at fisherman's war of. after the chase boat the police boat was the first to respond. the coast guard and fair department arrived soon a we asked the coast guard if the accident has changed their thinking about emergency response planning for the race. >> i think at this point
and the families. another says the company is deeply saddened bit tragedy. stay with abc7 news for developing updates with more throughout the morning on our website at abc7news.com. you can get breaking updates from twitter@abcnewsbayarea. . >> east palo alto police will reveal more of a shooting near a mcdonald's that left five wounded. the victim includes a six-year old girl and her grandmother close to 101 on university avenue. police say the shooter aimed at people waiting for the bus at the curb. four victims were inside the mcdonald's looking for help. officers discovered other victims outside. investigators say some of the victims were targeted. >> i don't believe this is random. several of the victims are gang members. all victims are expected to survive. today the chief will outline efforts to stop the subject of violence in the city. >> it has been a week since the stabbing death of an 8-year-old girl in calaveras county and the search if clues is taking detective door-to-door and the darling waters of local reservoirs. kira klapper has the latest on the hunt for leila fowler's kil
fixes. abc7 news reporter cornell bernard will have more in a report next half hour. >> developing news from ohio. we are learn new details of the three women rescued from a cleveland home following a decade in captivity. abc7 news reporter katie marzullo joins us in the newsroom with what a source is saying about multiple pregnancies. katie marzullo? >> a police source reports that all three of the women may have been pregnant at some point dug their alleged captivity. this were at least five pregnancies inside the house and, also, that one of the women had two or three miscages -- miscages because she was malnourished. one child was important to amanda berry and the six-year-old is her daughter. since escaping where she spent 10 years she called her grandmother yesterday and tells her that the baby was born on christmas and there is this emotional exchange. >> i am glad you back. i thought you were gone. i love you, honey. love you too. >> i thought about you all this time. >> this morning, they are in secure locations with their families and michelle knight is still in the hospital.
>> abc7 news starts right now with breaking news. >> at 5:00, the breaking news is happening in san francisco. >> that is where firefighters were on the scene of a restaurant fire on the waterfront. abc7 news reporter is there with the trouble fire crews had fighting the blaze or reaching it from the street side. >> it looks so close, the island restaurant and, yet, it is difficult to get to. it is a floating island. so look over here what they had to pull out, the fire boat, and that cost them some time. they just could not get water on it from here on the piers which was too far out and too difficult to get to. they say it cost them ten minutes using the fire boat. the restaurant is still sanding but the tower you may recognize, the lighthouse, it is still standing, but the restaurant look like it has a lost damage. we are at pier 41, and right across from the sea lions at pier 39 in that area customers have to take a boat to eat at this stunt and it looks easy to get here but it is a floating island. it wasn't hard to put the fire out but it was tough to get out to it. when they
>> abc7 news starts right now with breaking news. >> we follow breaking news in the east bay. >> cruise on the scene of a pirate a landmark. abc7 news amy hollyfield has the latest in oakland on the fire. >> right now, firefighters are watching it very carefully. they pulling stuff from their there could possibly spark another fire, anything that caught their attention, watching for hotspots and watching the merritt bakery. this icon did not bun and is still standing and caught fire at 2:45. firefighters got here and it was burning inside on the first and second floors. they were able to save the merritt bakery and got the fire out in 30 minutes. they say this place, believe it or not, has had fire before. >> a high volume place and has a lot of activity as far as cook ing so if the place is here long enough, and it has been here since the 60's, maybe longer than that, and you are in business for over 50 years you will have a fire or two. >> longer than that, since 1952, 61 years here on east 18th street in oakland. it has survived ownership changes and money problems, the ci
>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. developing news. a news conference is about to get underway in the death yesterday of america's cup sailor on san francisco bay. this is a picture from the podium at pier 27 in san francisco. the head of the race and the coast guard will release more details on the tragic accident. >> we will deal with breaking news. oakland police will begin a quickly arranged news conference two days after the acting police chief, anthony toribio, took the helm. >> now to oakland police headquarters. nick? >> i am still getting information from my sources here with the oakland police department. we understand there is another major shakeup. in fact, the press conference is scheduled for 11:30 this morning at city hall led by the mayor and city administrator and are expected to announce the new changes within the department. two days ago, deputy chief anthony toribio was appointed interim chief in the wake of howard jordan's sudden departure. he was replaced on friday. today he will build replaced. that is what the press conference wi
. they won't take me down without a fight. pierre thomas, abc news, washington. >>> and now we take you to the dangerous part of the world that just grew more unstable. heightened worry tonight about america's ally, israel. israeli planes struck inside syria. syria says, this is an act of war. abc's chief global affairs correspondent, martha raddatz, reporting on whether this might draw the u.s. into the fight. >> reporter: the israeli attacks were precise, powerful, and stealthy. israeli jets likely launching their missiles without even entering syrian airspace. the primary targets, iranian-made weapons, believed to be headed to the militant group hezbollah, a sworn enemy of israel. but tonight, israel is bracing for what could come next. the requests for gas masks have quadrupled. israel's famed "iron dome" rocket defenses have been moved north in what is an increasingly dangerous neighborhood. israel is facing the prospect of retaliation from multiple fronts. from syria, which called the attacks a "declaration of war." from lebanon, home to hezbollah. and from iran which is echoing t
friends, chris and skye hughes sat down with abc news just after the verdict. >> skye and i were best friends with travis until the day he died. and we did a lot of fun things together. and it has been -- it's been a tough five years. >> reporter: it took those eight men and four women just more than 15 hours to convict the 32-year-old killer of premeditated murder. she stabbed alexander 27 times, slit his throat from ear to ear and then shot him in the head in the bathroom of his mesa, arizona, home. not a big surprise that jodi arias was convicted of first degree murder. there was not just evidence that she killed travis alexander, she admitted that. but the evidence of premadation was pretty overwhelming. >> reporter: hln anchor nancy grace has been following every sensational detail of the trial. >> it was as if she was looking each one in the eyes, beseeching them to reverse their verdict. >> juror number one, is that your true verdict? >> yes. >> i think truly this is the first time that jodi arias has ever been held accountable for what she did. >> reporter: before reaching thi
're finding. this morning investigators tell abc news there is mounting evidence both tsarnaev brothers may is had something to do with the murders of thee plane. brendan mess, eric weisman and rafael techen killing back in 2011 had no leads. >> they're looking for two assailants. >> it was graphic. all three men were killed by sharp wounds. >> the bodies covered in marijuana, 5 tu$,000 in cash nearby. brendan had been roommates with tamerlan. the two reportedly even training partners for boxing and mixed martial arts. now investigators tell abc news crime scene forensic evidence seems to point to the two tsarnaev records and cell phone records show they were in the area during the day of the murders. dylan remembers his brother. >> always happy, had a smile on his face. >> reporter: investigators don't have enough evidence to charge the surviving tsarnaev brother, dzhokhar for the murders. it comes hours after tamerlan's body was secretly buried at a small muslim cemetery in virginia. the woman who said she would find the bur ial lot will remember. >> we need to remember our common humanit
live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. we hours away from learning new details from the highway patrol officers say took the live of five friends in a limousine driver. >> and the murder investigation of legally fowler has taken a new turn over the weekend. >> and the warriors are ready to face off against the spurs. >> 6:00 on monday, hope you had a great week. thanks positive joining us. >> it was a cooler week. we will see if that friend will stay with us. >> temperatures are closer to where they should be. live doppler 7 hd showing the bulk of those around sacramento and a few radar runs off the coast. look how they are rotating in the counterclockwise fashion. everything is developing to the east and rotate around us to the north and down to the south it will rotate to us so we will keep an eye on that, more what is developing over the ocean in the monterey bay than what is developing in the high country. for the planner today, 62 and dry around the bay, and partly sunny and 70 at noon and a stray shower best chance will be at 4:00, and the day planner inla
been shedding light on who their father is. >> abc news had one of the first exclusive interviews with the daughter, arlene castro. and last night cnn talked to her sister about the time castro showed her a picture of his daughter born to one of the captive women. >> look at this cute little girl. it was a face shot and i says, she's cute. who is that? you know, and he said, this is my girlfriend's child and i said, dad, that girl looks like emily. emily is my younger sister and he said, no, that's not my child. this is my girlfriend's child by somebody else. >> arlene says when she pressed him further he denied it again and again and then he changed the subject. it's a story with new details coming out around the clock. we'll have much more coming up on "good morning america." >>> all right, an investigation just starting into what caused an america's cup catamaran, the capsize to kill a former olympian. the boat was on a practice run in san francisco yesterdbay yes when it flipped over. andrew bart simpson died after becoming trapped under the boat's platform. the third time one
and 10 others were rescued. >> abc 7 news learned andrew simpson died in the accident. he's a british double olympic medalist. and happening right now, you can see a catamaran is being towed and there it will be tied up for inspection. >> we have a pru of -- view of this for you from the ground. this is being towed to shore. it happened around 1:00 this afternoon. abc 7 news is live in alameda for us with the story. mark? >> we're at the boat yard and behind me, you can see the place looks deserted. crew members took off several hours ago. after this accident happened they went to try to help the yacht cap sized around 1:00 in the afternoon before city front and alcatras island. the 72 foot catamaran sailing in winds gusting over 25 miles per hour. when they flip over, it can be catastrophic, sending crew members flying into yachts wing or into the water, we're hearing the olympic sailor was trapped under the boat either mr the wing or one of the pontoons as much as 10 minutes. he and one other crew member was rushed to the dock at the st. francis yacht club. the gold medalist could n
the high-tech yacht capsized yesterday in the bay. abc7 news reporter cornell bernard has new information on the accident. cornell? >> the swedish boat artemis was towed to clipper coffee on treasure island. this as close as we can get to the vessel. security surrounds the boat. the team from sweden was practicing yesterday on the bay for america's cup when tragedy struck. the 36-year-old crew member andrew simpson was killed when the boat capsized at 1:00 o'clock p.m. yesterday. sky 7 was overhead. ten crew members were rescued by simpson was not. he was underwater for at least ten minutes. paramedic spent 20 minutes trying to revise him but it was too late. >> the boat capsized. he was trapped. attempts to recess state him failed. >> we always watch this boat and the others and it was a surprise, we commended on watching them practice. it is sad to hear that someone died. >> the tragedy is less than two months before the start of the america's cup event. the bay area is looking forward to this event. investigators will be combing over the boat. they do not know what caused the boat to c
in a live report on abc 7 news at 6:00. >> a search underway for a missing 9-year-old girl from san francisco. mckayla lynch has autism and was unable to speak. she was last seen at her family's vacation home in clear lake, today, search and rescue teams canvased the area looking for clues thoot disappearance. some of the volunteers drove up from her san francisco school to help out. investigators say because of the mental condition, age, and circumstances she's considered at risk. >> she was in an enclosed yard and there was a distraction, a bee in the yard. the younger brother opened the gate and went unside. they came back, the daughter was missing. >> searchers are focused on the lake area, she can't swim. police found clothing in the yard and believe she vanished without any clothes on. >>> a gold country community coming to grips after the weekend arrest of a 12-year-old boy for the murder of his 8-year-old sister, laila fowler. the brother claims an intruder stabbed his sister to death. >> this is a school where the boy was a 7th grader. we're told he return forward classes h
love. and now have a way bigger meaning. that's to be her mother. >> reporter: amy row robach, abc news, new york. >> amazing lady, right? >> adorable bundle. >> cutie pie. the first time i took a look. cutie pie. >> glad beyonce is doing a voice over. i like her speaking voice a lot. >> you like her singing voice. every time we played that bumper music, you were getting down. signed an endorsement deal with pepsi, $50 million. >> there you are with her. tell us about this evening, john. >> beyonce. i don't kiss and tell. we had a wonderful time at the award. and six martinis. before we jet setted away to a private island. >>> coming up, why acting like a woman may help you with work. >> why acting like a woman hey help you with work. >> yeah, and stress in numbers. good thing there's bounty select-a-size. it's the smaller powerful sheet that acts like a big sheet. look! one select-a-size sheet of bounty is 50% more absorbent than a full size sheet of the leading ordinary brand. ♪ i got it! [ mom ] use less with the small but powerful picker upper. bounty select-a-size. and try bounty
, this is abc 7 news. >>> tonight we are getting the full, heart breaking story of what happened inside that limousine that caught fire on the san mateo bridge. >> here's what we learned so far. the limb/had nine passengers, one more than is allowed under state rules. the rear end of the limo was running very close to the ground as it was moving. >> the survivors had to crawl through a pash tigs dividing the driver's from the passenger's compartments. among the dead are nurses from community hospital. >> and we received photos of two other women who were killed. all were on a girls night out to celebrate the bride's marriage. our reporter talked with a husband tonight. >> reporter: carolyn, he said he and his wife did almost everything together. they would even go grocery shopping with each other. bun on a rare occasion she went out on saturday night and left him alone with the children. >> it's almost that close to perfect. >> reporter: it was the life he shared with his wife jenny before she became trapped in a burning limo and died along with four friends. >> i can't believe that it
to open. in a statement to "abc news," the limo company said it will do everything possible investigate and assist authorities. police do not know what caused the fire. arellano said no one was smoking. it did have one too many passengers, and only authorized to carry eight. what more could have been done? >> i don't know what more we could have done to save them. >> reporter: the bride's new husband, he was waiting for her to join him for the party that night. los angeles. >> neilia arellano was the first to leave the hospital and since she only has a few scratches and cuts, she is on the mend physically, but three others are also in serious condition tonight. you heard a little bit from the driver of that limo, orville brown and did everything he could to save the passengers but wishes the could have done more. >> she's saying smoke. i'm thinking she wants to smoke because they weren't panicking. when the door was opened, the flames were high and i don't know how to explain it. the car was engulfed, completely engulfed, so long for 911 to start asking all their questions and the fire
a picture showing bancroft avenue. abc 7 news reporter amy holeefield with the stri firefighters had just returned from a fire, suddenly they had to duck underneath to avoid being hit by gunfire. >> they dove underneath the fire engine. upstairs they can hear the bullets zinging by. >> bullets hit two window paynes. they -- panes. they dpraim a murder in the 5000 block of mel rose avenue. a 19-year-old was killed just before 9:00 last night. >> so the no firefighters were injured and only thing damaged was the upper floor. >> i think it's a sad common teary right now when firefighters and the fire house is kinld of our save haven. >> firefighters union president says fire stations in oakland have been shot up before. the problem so bad at station 23 that thaer they're working on making it safer. >> bullets have come into the fire house into the kitchen area. so we're trying to get them to put a a safety rather than just something to protect the fire house. >> a fire at oakland's bakery that started inside of an office toward the inside of the building. nobody was hurt. that took about 45
from albany, into burley and to emeryville is 14 minutes. >> new this morning, abc7 news has obtained a copy of report from former lapd police chief bill bratton about recommended changes if the oakland police department. we received the report hours before it will be officially released at a news conference critical of the department under the leadership of now former police chief who suddenly stepped down yesterday. color dan announced the immediate retirement citing a debilitating health condition. we were the first to speak with him after the announcement, jordan says he was not forced out. >> i want to control my own destiny and at this point the only way to do that is to resign or seek a medical retirement so i can live longer. >> jordan says he has been contemplating retirement for quite some time and the mayor introduced the new interim chief, at a news conference yesterday and head at 6:30, amy hollyfield will have more on the shakeup and what the if you bratton report shows. >> in cleveland the man accused of holding three men captive has appeared in court the past half hour
told abc 7 news his wife was excited about this get together and says the couple was gearing up to celebrate their 15th wedding anniversary this month. and says a friend called to tell him about the accident and he rushed to the bridge. >> i drove to the scene. and i got there. the bodies were covered and the police told me... about what happened. just that i know that my wife was there. >> and here are the pictures of the victims of the limb scene fire. the first four all work together at fruit veil health center. garanga was a medical technology in oakland. >> and here are the four women who were fortunate to escape. one is now home, and one released from stanford medical center. >> this tragedy is stunning and comes when people are renting limb scenes for prom. >> cornell bernard went out to find out about the safety practices. >> this grand affair has been building custom limb yoz 23 years. he says the company did not build the limo that caught fire saturday but he was very disturbed by what he saw. >> like a worst nightmare to have a car catch on fire. i've never seen in 28
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